Mushrooms are a good choice. Zoanthids should do well in there...I'd keep them close to the light though. A colt coral is a sure hit...they rapidly turn into a weed in any but the most inhospitable environments. Green star poylps should do well also. For the most part, as long as you stick with the more common soft corals, and keep water quality up, you should be successful. Most any of the corals sold under the name of "finger leather" should also do well. Don't be suprised if it takes them a day or two to open up though.
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